In a Feb. 24 story dealing with Rosie Douglas, Maclean’s did not indicate that Senator Anne Cools had, in fact, received a pardon for her part in the occupation of the computer centre at Sir George Williams University. The article also indicated that only five people were convicted. In fact, most of the 97 people charged were convicted. Maclean’s regrets any embarrassment to Senator Cools.
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